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WORLD NEWS SCHEDULE AT 1500 GMT/11 AM ET @ 3/25/2017 8:35:02 PM

Editor: Dale Hudson 44 207 542 6685 Picture Desk: Singapore 65 6870 3775 Graphics queries: 65 6870 3595 (All times GMT/ET) TOP STORIES EU leaders renew fraying Union's vows on 60th anniversary ROME -..
DNA

Flying Taxis Could Soon Be Coming To A Sky Near You

Flying taxis and other futuristic passenger vehicles are about to take a giant leap out of science fiction and into reality. It’s not exactly the vision of the “Back To The Future” film..
Huffington Post

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News video: Amos Yee Is Granted Asylum In The U.S.

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According to CNN, The United States granted asylum to teen blogger Amos Yee, who has been jailed twice in his native Singapore for critical views on religion and politics. The 18-year-old came to the..
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News video: Five Mind-Boggling Inventions in the Works

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LifeZette compiled a list of these surprising scientific creations — which we can expect to see sometime over the next two decades.
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News video: Bankruptcy filing for Westinghouse

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Toshiba plans for its nuclear unit, Westinghouse electric, to file for bankruptcy and the end of this month, sources tell Reuters. Fred Katayama reports.
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News video: Singapore Is Looking To Use 'Flying Taxis' In 2030

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According to The Business Times, Singapore is in talks with firms to make 'flying taxis' their new mode of transportation in 2030.
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Sport24.co.za | Stormers escape Singapore shock

The Stormers narrowly escaped making unwanted history when they stumbled and fumbled their way to victory over the Sunwolves in Singapore.
News24

US Immigration Judge Grants Asylum to Singapore Teen Blogger

A teenage blogger from Singapore whose online posts blasting his government landed in him jail was granted asylum to remain in the United States, an immigration judge in Chicago ruled Friday.Amos Yee..
Newsmax Also reported by •Denver PostNews24

The Indonesian child maids of Hong Kong, Singapore: why they’re suffering in silence

Lia ran away from home more than a decade ago, fleeing three elder half-brothers whose physical and emotional abuse had made a misery of her life in Surabaya, Indonesia. So when she found an employment..
S.China Morning Post

Hamilton out of reach in Australia F1 qualifying - Vettel

Despite scoring Ferrari's first front-row start since Singapore 2015, Sebastian Vettel doubts he could have caught pole-sitter Lewis Hamilton in qualifying.
Crash.Net

Vettel admits Hamilton out of reach in pole battle

Despite scoring Ferrari's first front-row start since Singapore 2015, Sebastian Vettel doubts he could have caught pole-sitter Lewis Hamilton in qualifying.
Crash.Net

Vettel confident Ferrari can take fight to Mercedes

Despite scoring Ferrari's first front-row start since Singapore 2015, Sebastian Vettel doubts he could have caught pole-sitter Lewis Hamilton in qualifying.
Crash.Net

Vettel says Hamilton out of reach but Ferrari has race chance

Despite scoring Ferrari's first front-row start since Singapore 2015, Sebastian Vettel doubts he could have caught pole-sitter Lewis Hamilton in qualifying.
Crash.Net

Singapore teen blogger granted asylum in US

SINGAPORE - A US immigration judge has granted Singaporean teen blogger Amos Yee, who was jailed twice in his home country over his social media postings, asylum in the United States, his lawyer said..
Bangkok Post Also reported by •BBC NewsFT.com

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